Main Entry: in·ter·stice Pronunciation: in-‘t&r-st&sFunction: nounInflected Form(s): plural in·ter·stic·es /-st&-“sEz, -st&-s&z/Etymology: Middle English, from Latin interstitium, from inter- + -stit-, -stes standing (as in superstes standing over) — more at SUPERSTITION1 a : a space that intervenes between things; especially…
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a surprising devlivery by surface mail gave me a clearer impression of the days before mentioned drawings and adds well to the article from
The angle I take up here is closely related to my thoughts on setting this blog up – on concerns of structure, pattern and content. In accordance of writing about findings and similar thoughts appearing, connectivity and the relevence of mapped relations I want connect to a blog
‘Finding’ can be seen either as a paranoid or creative structure, carefully handled it tends to include both as a self-reflexive, thus attentive and critical attitude.
Accident finds happen to appear, when one focuses on an actual appeared thread and follows the line.
Regarding the recent posting of the Lombardi image, which depicts the deeper structure of interlinking not necessarily as a useful tool to show the routes drawn by it, but more likely as a seducing view tracing the lines.
Thinking along the line of blogging it pointed towards the issue of a very contemporary comparison between architectural structures and gesturing surfaces – re-evoked through the earlier published article on the artist Lombardi
Main Entry: 1.gap Pronunciation: ‘gapFunction: nounEtymology: Middle English, from Old Norse, chasm, hole; akin to Old Norse gapa to gapeDate: 14th century1 a : a break in a barrier (as a wall, hedge, or line of military defense) b :…